A group of 160 from South Korea will be traveling to Pyongyang in North Korea to participate in two concerts that will be held over four days from March 31 through April 3, and that group will notably include Seohyun of SNSD and Red Velvet.
South Korea will send a 160-member art troupe – including Girls’ Generation’s Seohyun and K-pop girl band Red Velvet – to perform two concerts in Pyongyang from March 31 until April 3, the Ministry of Unification (MOU) announced on Tuesday.
Seoul plans to dispatch a 160-member art troupe to visit Pyongyang to stage two concerts at the East Pyongyang Grand Theatre and the Ryugyong Jong Ju Yong Gymnasium in the DPRK capital. The unification ministry said the group – which will include performers, staff, support personnel, and reporters – will likely fly to Pyongyang via a direct route along the western coast of the peninsula.
Singers Cho Yong-pil, Lee Sun-hee, Choi Jin-hee, Yoon Do-hyun, Baek Z Young, and Ali will also perform in Pyongyang.
The prophecy of Seohyun being the cause of world peace is starting to come true.